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Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) is the biggest airport in the world and the second international airport of Beijing. The airport’s design is pioneering while its location on Daxing District (the southern suburbs of Beijing) is ideal in order to serve the Chinese capital and the neighboring areas of Hebei and Tianjin. The new mega-airport hub is expected to handle up to 45 million passengers per year by 2021 and reach an outstanding 100 million in the future.
  • In November 2019, SenseTime collaborated with the Hubei Provincial Museum and Suzhou Heyunguanbo Technology to create a brand-new experience for people to enjoy the music played with the ancient Zeng Houyi Chime Bells with augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Given the historical value and significance of the Zeng Houyi Chime Bells which date back to China’s Warring States period between 400-200 years BC, the instrument had only ever been played on three occasions since it was unearthed from the tomb of the Marquis Yi of the Zeng State in Hubei Suixian County in 1978. The museum managed to record the original sound of chime bells for the application to reflect the true resonance of the relic. The relic is on permanent display at the Hubei Provincial Museum. However, unlike paintings, sculptures and photographs, musical instruments are functional objects that cannot be fully appreciated through their visual aspects alone - much of their artistic value comes from the sound that they are able to produce.
SenseTime created a new experience to play this ancient musical instrument with the application of advanced and highly accurate AR and AI algorithms. Museum visitors can now listen to the sound of the chime bells simply by pointing a camera-equipped mobile device at the real exhibit or images of it and tap on the virtual instrument projected on their smartphone screens to produce sound. The system involves the use of high-precision positioning algorithms to seamlessly integrate the real-life exhibit into a virtual instrument and allow real-time sound generation on users’ smartphones, as well as a realistic occlusion. SenseTime’s Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) system is also applied to ensure the steady projection of the virtual chime bells on mobile devices. With the help of SenseTime’s AI and AR technologies, the ancient melody of this precious piece of old instrument can now be heard again, providing the opportunity for the world to discover the beauty of Chinese traditional music, also a giant step forward in preserving traditional culture.
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